Sarah Rigg

PRINCIPAL LECTURER
Program Coordinator - Equine Program
Phone: (603) 862-1356
Office: Equine Center, Equine Center, Durham, NH 03824
Sarah Rigg

Sarah Hamilton Rigg is an alumna of the University of New Hampshire Equine Program. Sarah has taught at UNH since 2000, and been Director of the Equine Program since 2006. She coached the UNH Dressage Team to a National Championship in 2009. She is a Dressage Technical Delegate for the United States Dressage Federation. She also is PATH, International certified therapeutic riding instructor.
She has ridden for over thirty-six years and has more than twenty-five years' experience teaching riding. Sarah has a background riding, training and competing in eventing, hunters and jumpers. She specializes in classical dressage and has ridden and trained in Europe. Her areas of interest include horsemanship, the systematic development of horse and rider, pedagogical development of the riding instructor, and the horse in history, art and culture.

Education

  • B.S., Equestrian Studies, University of New Hampshire

Courses Taught

  • ANSC 402: Horsemanship
  • ANSC 405: Theory of Horsemanship
  • ANSC 411: Intro to Equine Science
  • ANSC 419: Horse Power
  • ANSC 600: Field Experience
  • ANSC 640: Principles Riding Instruction
  • ANSC 641: Principles Dressage Instr.
  • ANSC 725: Equine Sports Medicine
  • INCO 790: Adv Rsrch Exp/Biological Sci

Selected Artistic Activities

Artists Among Us (2013).